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February 19, 2019, 11:36:53 PM

Elon Musk thinks paper money is going away and crypto will take its place.

Everyone has hoped for financial reform.

What we got was even better.

Money outside the system.

In digital form.

Bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1097982079273443328?s=21
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February 19, 2019, 11:43:48 PM

LOL notice the news anchor.

She is relating bitcoin price up with JP Morgan recent shitcoin launching. LOL

https://twitter.com/CNBCFuturesNow/status/1097937905228615681/video/1

Who the fuck gave her the JOB? And who are these fat pigs?

Settle down Pamoldar.

Clips like these are just within the normal mainstream types of ambiguous bitcoin commentary, including sometimes questionable attempts at causal connections (if we are considering the mention of the JPMorgan coin). 
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February 19, 2019, 11:51:58 PM

Elon Musk thinks paper money is going away and crypto will take its place.

Yeah, that's a given.
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February 19, 2019, 11:53:52 PM


Even if you don't like the guy, you might not want to get that intimate with his smirking image.   Wink
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February 19, 2019, 11:55:07 PM
Last edit: February 20, 2019, 12:10:25 AM by jojo69

Someone just paid 2100 ETH for transaction fees.

That is over $300,000 spent to transfer $15.

Did they mistaken the fee with sending value?

https://twitter.com/AlecZiupsnys/status/1097876988835102720

?? ?? Huh

This is called screwing up big time. Here is the tx: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x1f73b43dc9c48cc131a931fac7095de9e5eba0c5184ec0c5c5f1f32efa2a6bab

DAMN!

Edit: The wallet is still very rich: https://etherscan.io/address/0x587ecf600d304f831201c30ea0845118dd57516e



Is there a dominant ETH miner?  could be money laundering

like paying retarded money for a crypto kitty, that was the sweetest launder I have seen in a while

/edit  I see I was not the first with this suspicion
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February 19, 2019, 11:58:14 PM

can anyone dig out a prediction that beats this one in accuracy and efficiency? found this gem in a 2013 price poll.

17.7.2017, 17:17:17 Uhr: 17.423,13 € bzw 26.861,24 USD (1 Euro = 1,5417 USD)

the guy made only one post ever, predicted a 2017 price of €17.423 while in reality price went to €16.457 in 2017.

missed it by 5%  Shocked

Isn't it the stop clock is correct twice a day phenomenon?  If you look at any BTC price prediction thread, you are going to find price predictions all over the map, and of course, there are going to be a few that are really close to what actually ends up happening.. but I doubt the fact that the close to correct predictions getting their predictions correct reasonably infers that the person(s) predicting knew anything concrete about the BTC price future at that particular time.

if those correct predictions are so abundant please quote them in case you come across some. and yes, it is more luck than anything. but still....

Hahahahahaha

It appears that we agree regarding the luckiness aspect, 600watt (aka .6kw as attributable to d_eddie), good ole buddy.

Therefore, I am not going to look research further into the "abundance" (or non-abundance) of correct predictions matter.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy    Tongue
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February 20, 2019, 12:09:46 AM


Agreed. It's a bet. Good luck Mr. Maclairy.

Noobs take note, this is how WO OGs do business.

V8 and HM represent political polar opposites and frequently engage in spirited, nay heated, debate, yet both comport themselves as gentlemen.

It is an honor to serve on this thread with such esteemed colleagues.
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February 20, 2019, 12:10:51 AM

As much as I agree BCH is still a top 10 coin with over $500m in daily trading volume, don't act like it is completely worthless. Shocked

Oh my!!!!!!!

You trying to NOT win WO thread friends, angel55?  Except maybe jbreher, and some shill/trolls.

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February 20, 2019, 12:22:32 AM

As much as I agree BCH is still a top 10 coin with over $500m in daily trading volume, don't act like it is completely worthless. Shocked

Be calm and hodl BTC

Future Will proove all the rest is exactly worthless and just set up’s from moron’s

Nobody holds you from buying it though.... there Will always be person’s @the wrong side of the table
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February 20, 2019, 12:26:02 AM


Agreed. It's a bet. Good luck Mr. Maclairy.

Noobs take note, this is how WO OGs do business.

V8 and HM represent political polar opposites and frequently engage in spirited, nay heated, debate, yet both comport themselves as gentlemen.

It is an honor to serve on this thread with such esteemed colleagues.

Indeed a gentlemens bet ..... GL both (much more GL to HM but still GL both)

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February 20, 2019, 12:26:08 AM

Take that Vitalik!



Google knows that there's only one coin that's here to rule - "BTCitcoin"!

Does anyone have a link to the actual tweet?  I could not find it on Vitalik's stream of tweets.   I saw it in other locations as a picture, so it could b a fake, right?  or Deleted? Or just me?
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February 20, 2019, 12:29:58 AM


Afri was the lead Eth dev for Parity and an important part of the Constantinople fork.  Quitting a couple of days before the hard fork is not a vote of confidence, especially considering the fork has been put off twice already due to bugs being discovered.  

ETH has another hardfork scheduled in the coming days?
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February 20, 2019, 12:37:34 AM

I didn't mean it was gonna happen now goddamn, we got a year

I did notice that Hairy gave you (V8) a full year for BTC to bottom below $3,122 - and that two month extension seems highly unnecessary, because if BTC price is going to break below $3,122, then it is very likely to accomplish such break before 2020.  Does not matter anyhow, it is your bet (of course observed by the WObservers).  Probably, currently, I would give a slight advantage to you, V8, to win the bet.  Maybe 52%-ish?  But what do I know?   Wink Cheesy
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February 20, 2019, 12:51:11 AM

I didn't mean it was gonna happen now goddamn, we got a year

I did notice that Hairy gave you (V8) a full year for BTC to bottom below $3,122 - and that two month extension seems highly unnecessary, because if BTC price is going to break below $3,122, then it is very likely to accomplish such break before 2020.  Does not matter anyhow, it is your bet (of course observed by the WObservers).  Probably, currently, I would give a slight advantage to you, V8, to win the bet.  Maybe 52%-ish?  But what do I know?   Wink Cheesy

What does anyone now..............................
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February 20, 2019, 12:53:37 AM

I didn't mean it was gonna happen now goddamn, we got a year

I did notice that Hairy gave you (V8) a full year for BTC to bottom below $3,122 - and that two month extension seems highly unnecessary, because if BTC price is going to break below $3,122, then it is very likely to accomplish such break before 2020.  Does not matter anyhow, it is your bet (of course observed by the WObservers).  Probably, currently, I would give a slight advantage to you, V8, to win the bet.  Maybe 52%-ish?  But what do I know?   Wink Cheesy

What does anyone now..............................

I know that I don't know.
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February 20, 2019, 12:54:26 AM

What i know = sesh of the day is over

2 more to go probably.....

Gonna be difficult to put me in negative Numbers, but one never knows

And what i know for DAMN sure= that i’m jumping into me HODLfacility

Good night WO, BTC keep the pump mode and let HM make a Nice trade/bet Smiley Cheesy

sorry V8 you know i like you, but the BULL inside of me is to strong ...... Roll Eyes
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February 20, 2019, 12:55:09 AM

I didn't mean it was gonna happen now goddamn, we got a year

I did notice that Hairy gave you (V8) a full year for BTC to bottom below $3,122 - and that two month extension seems highly unnecessary, because if BTC price is going to break below $3,122, then it is very likely to accomplish such break before 2020.  Does not matter anyhow, it is your bet (of course observed by the WObservers).  Probably, currently, I would give a slight advantage to you, V8, to win the bet.  Maybe 52%-ish?  But what do I know?   Wink Cheesy

What does anyone now..............................

I know that I don't know.

You probably outperform most of the folks @the forum .....  Wink
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February 20, 2019, 01:02:02 AM


Lastly, Bitmain reportedly had to sell 500,000 BCH over Q3 and Q4 2018 to cover losses.[/tt]

Really? I would have imagine BCH would tank way harder with such a huge sell, there can't be that much liquidity there. Did he manage to find a sucker to buy it in an otc deal or something? :/

I was thinking the same thing.
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February 20, 2019, 01:06:50 AM

I didn't mean it was gonna happen now goddamn, we got a year

I did notice that Hairy gave you (V8) a full year for BTC to bottom below $3,122 - and that two month extension seems highly unnecessary, because if BTC price is going to break below $3,122, then it is very likely to accomplish such break before 2020.  Does not matter anyhow, it is your bet (of course observed by the WObservers).  Probably, currently, I would give a slight advantage to you, V8, to win the bet.  Maybe 52%-ish?  But what do I know?   Wink Cheesy

What does anyone now..............................

I know that I don't know.

 Sure.  You dont know the known unknowns but what about the unknown unknowns?  Can you be certain you dont know?
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February 20, 2019, 01:12:47 AM

I didn't mean it was gonna happen now goddamn, we got a year

I did notice that Hairy gave you (V8) a full year for BTC to bottom below $3,122 - and that two month extension seems highly unnecessary, because if BTC price is going to break below $3,122, then it is very likely to accomplish such break before 2020.  Does not matter anyhow, it is your bet (of course observed by the WObservers).  Probably, currently, I would give a slight advantage to you, V8, to win the bet.  Maybe 52%-ish?  But what do I know?   Wink Cheesy

What does anyone now..............................

I know that I don't know.

 Sure.  You dont know the known unknowns but what about the unknown unknowns?  Can you be certain you dont know?


How could I know if I know or don't know the unknown unknowns if they are unknown?
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